Yacht Charters Trinidad and Tobago

Imagine sailing through the crystal-clear waters of the Caribbean, sun shining and breeze blowing, with Trinidad and Tobago in view. These two tropical islands, situated just off the northeastern coast of Venezuela, offer some of the best sailing in the world. Not to mention secluded beaches, hidden coves and world-class scuba diving and fishing.

A yacht charter in Trinidad and Tobago is the perfect way to relax and enjoy all these beautiful islands offer. Whether you prefer to spend your days lounging on the deck soaking up the sun or exploring the many activities and attractions to be found on shore, a charter vacation to Trinidad and Tobago is an experience to create lasting memories.


Trinidad and Tobago enjoy the sunshine and warm weather all year round, making it a great destination for a charter vacation at any time. However, we recommend you book your luxury yacht charter to Trinidad and Tobago between December and May when you will find the best sailing conditions. These months offer the most stable weather with little chance of showers or tropical storms.

For budget-conscious travellers, it's worth considering booking your boat charter in Trinidad and Tobago between June and November. These months are considered the "low season", where the booking prices are considerably lower than during the high season.

Whatever the time of year, private yacht charters to Trinidad and Tobago can be found all along the sea and the islands come alive with cultural festivities.

One of the most popular events is the Trinidad and Tobago Carnival. This event is a celebration of the islands' Afro-Caribbean heritage and culture. The carnival features music, dancing, costumes, and parades. It is held every year in February/March, and it attracts visitors from all over the world.

In April/May, is the Tobago Heritage Festival. This festival celebrates the island's African, Indian, and European heritage. It features music, dance, and food from all of these cultures.

The Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival in October/November showcases the best of Caribbean cinema. And the Trinidad and Tobago Jazz Festival in April/May features some of the best jazz musicians from all over the world.

Activities & Experiences

For those who love the outdoors, there are plenty of activities to keep you busy. Hiking, birdwatching, and mountain biking are all popular activities on the islands. And of course, there's no shortage of beaches to relax on.

Water lovers will enjoy snorkelling, diving, and fishing in the clear Caribbean waters. Some of the must-see attractions in Trinidad and Tobago include:

  • The Asa Wright Nature Centre:
  • This nature reserve is home to a variety of birds, butterflies, and other wildlife.
  • The Caroni Bird Sanctuary:
  • This sanctuary is a great place to see the scarlet ibis, Trinidad's national bird.
  • The Emperor Valley Zoo:
  • This zoo is home to a wide variety of animals, including tigers, lions, and jaguars.
  • The Nylon Pool:
  • This pool is a natural swimming hole that is surrounded by cliffs.
  • Pigeon Point Beach:
  • This beach is famous for its thatched-roofed umbrellas and turquoise waters.
Continuing your exploration of the best natural site, hikers will adore the Presqu'ile de la Caravelle. This requires an entire day to trek atop rugged cliffs along the water's edge. The beautiful cove of Anse Turin offers a great place to relax and enjoy a refreshing swim after your hike. For a historical look at the island, your must visit the La Savane des Esclaves. This historic site is home to a number of important archaeological remains, as well as a museum that tells the story of the island's slave history. For those who enjoy a challenge, the island's golf courses are some of the best in the Caribbean. With three championship courses to choose from, there is sure to be a course to suit your skill level. Finally, the island's capital, Fort-de-France, is a great place to explore. There is something for everyone with its French colonial architecture, chic boutiques, and lively bars and restaurants. The best place to drop anchor on your luxury yacht charter in Martinique is in the sheltered bay of Grand Anse des Salines. This is one of the island's most popular beaches and is perfect for swimming, sunbathing and enjoying the incredible views.

There are several marinas and yacht clubs to choose from when chartering a boat in Trinidad and Tobago. Some of our favourites include:

  • Chaguaramas Marina:
  • This marina is located in the West Indies Yachting Center and is the largest marina in Trinidad and Tobago. It can accommodate yachts up to 200 feet in length.
  • Power Boats Marina:
  • This marina is located in the heart of Port of Spain and can accommodate yachts up to 150 feet in length.
  • Trinidad and Tobago Yacht Club:
  • This yacht club is located in Chaguaramas and can accommodate yachts up to 80 feet in length.
  • Port of Spain Marina:
  • This marina is located in the capital city of Trinidad and can accommodate yachts up to 100 feet in length. This is where you will find the Carnival celebration in February or March.
Each marina is bustling with restaurants, chic boutiques, and lively bars.

What to expect when booking a yacht charter in Trinidad and Tobago with Ahoy Club

At Ahoy Club, we pride ourselves on providing our clients with first-class Trinidad and Tobago yacht charter experiences. Our proprietary online booking platform helps you to find the perfect boat and crew to suit your needs. Within minutes you can identify available boats, check pricing and availability, and book your charter.

We offer a wide range of boats, from small catamarans to large motor yachts. Our team of expert charter consultants know the area and can recommend the best itineraries to help you make the most of your Trinidad and Tobago yacht charter.

Whether you need the entire trip curated from start to finish or just want some help to finalise a vision already in mind, your personal Customer Experience Manager is on hand to help. They can even ensure your favourite foods are pre-stocked on the charter to Trinidad and Tobago, so you can relax and enjoy pure luxurious comfort from the moment you step on board.